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Leave or Remain

British Citizen, Voted Leave and would vote Leave again
13 (17.3%)
British Citizen, Voted Remain and would vote Remain again
11 (14.7%)
British Citizen, Voted Leave but would vote Remain now
0 (0%)
British Citizen, Voted Remain but would vote Leave now
0 (0%)
British Citizen, didn't vote
7 (9.3%)
Not a British Citizen, sympathising with Leave
11 (14.7%)
Not a British Citizen, sympathising with Remain
33 (44%)

Total Members Voted: 72

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« Reply #75 on: June 09, 2017, 04:02 »
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oh yes the fun ist starting.

MayDay, MayDay!  :)

or UK after May! ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D


« Reply #76 on: June 09, 2017, 05:35 »
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The Conservatives still have a majority if they make an agreement with the DUP, so perhaps not as chaotic as it might appear?  Theresa May should go though, she might try and carry on but hard to see how she can after such a bad result.  No idea why Labour seem so happy, they lost and it doesn't look like they will be back in power for many years now.  Since when has coming second been a good result?
Its relative May went into the election thinking Labour would be destroyed..she has managed to revitalise Labour and now Labour MPs will fall in behind Corbyn as they know where their bread is buttered. Its unlikely the Government will last more than a year or two. Her calling of an Election and a dismal campaign  has completely switched round political fortunes. When you consider where Labour were in the polls at the start of campaigning no wonder they are pleased!

« Reply #77 on: June 09, 2017, 08:51 »
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I didn't think the Conservative-Liberal coalition would last but they legislated the fixed-term parliaments act and that makes it difficult to get rid of a government.  It might all go wrong when they remove Theresa May but MP's don't like losing their jobs, so I think we could be stuck with this for 5 years.

« Reply #78 on: June 09, 2017, 09:04 »
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I didn't think the Conservative-Liberal coalition would last but they legislated the fixed-term parliaments act and that makes it difficult to get rid of a government.  It might all go wrong when they remove Theresa May but MP's don't like losing their jobs, so I think we could be stuck with this for 5 years.
I would be surprised...but then again the political world is pretty unpredictable these days. I'm not sure the 5 year rule is really a factor...its hard for mps to be seen as hiding from the electorate as Ms May has proved ;-). The next few weeks will prove interesting ;-)


 

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